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The Canberra foodie bucketlist

100 Canberra food experiences you must have before you die. Think you know Canberra food? You might have to take another look after you’ve seen our list. Make a reservation and thank us later. The delicious 100 – in no particular order 1. Baked On Mort’s apple rose tarts. 38 Mort Street, Braddon. bakedonmort.com.au 2. Aubergine’s […]

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Five warming winter cocktails

Cocktails are often thought of as a summer drink, but they can also be the perfect accompaniment to keep you warm on a cold winter’s night, too. We’ve rounded up five of Canberra’s most warming cocktails for when the temperature drops… Caramel Espresso Martini, The District If you’re seeking warmth and a pick-me-up, this delicious […]

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Un-pho-gettable! Five of Canberra’s best Pho

Pho. Whether you pronounce it “fo” or “fur” or “fa”, this Vietnamese noodle soup is one of the most flavoursome (and pun-tastic) delicacies to come out of South East Asia. Made with a vegetarian or beef stock base mixed with spring onions and shallots, bean sprouts, basil, lemon, noodles and a choice of beef, chicken […]

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Chefs at home: Travis Cutler, Woodbrook

It’s an oft-used chiché On every reality television cooking show there’s a moment—perhaps even several—where contestants will tear up as they recount childhood memories in the kitchen with a loved one, and how those early days shaped their “food journey”. It’s hard to resist an eye roll when the accompanying violin soundtrack reaches its quavering […]

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Rockin’ The Suburbs: five favourite locals

Sometimes, the whole idea of getting dressed up and venturing out to the newest place on Eat Street leaves you feeling a little overwhelmed. What you really want to do is stay casual and hang somewhere where everybody knows your name. Our own local may hold a special place in our heart, but with most […]

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Seven of Canberra’s best vegan burgers

With boutique precincts, cool bars and new cafes and restaurants popping up all over town, it’s no wonder Lonely Planet voted us the third top city to visit in 2018. Rivalling the hip alleyways of Melbourne, the Canberra food scene seemed to be a rather large factor when it came to Lonely Planet’s decision, and […]

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A-Z of Canberra Easter treats

With one week to go until Easter, we present our guide to Canberra’s best hot cross buns and other seasonal treats you won’t want to miss. Baked on Mort Baked on Mort is celebrating Easter with three varieties of hot cross buns. Classic with cinnamon, raspberry and white chocolate and chocolate chip. Available individually or […]

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First Look: Brick & Basil

It’s raining outside and the HerCanberra team are seated at a black and white tiled table groaning under the weight of an Italian feast. Pizza topped with spicy salami and oozing mozzarella, a bountiful antipasto board with creamy cheeses and pickled artichoke, luscious nests of pasta covered with slow-cooked ragu and rich Carbonara. Hungry yet? […]

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Pick Up Stix: Your new family favourite

Finding a dining spot for the whole family is no easy feat. And you’d be forgiven if Lyneham’s Hockey Centre wasn’t the first place you started looking. But its in-house eatery, Pick Up Stix, is easily one of the most versatile dining destinations in Canberra – and is open to all, not just visitors of […]

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Where to eat on the South Coast this summer

In Canberra the sun is shining, the breeze is mild and the streets are empty.  So where is everyone? Invading the South Coast of course! As someone whose family has had a little shack on the coast for many years, here are some of my favourite places to travel for the best breakfast, fish and […]

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